Emissions testing is a part of car ownership in many areas of the United States. Some states mandate testing regularly for vehicles to gain licencing to drive on public roads. For those who own an older vehicle or one that is high in mileage, emissions testing can be a serious headache. Yet even if you live where emissions testing isn’t required, it may be a good idea to have it done occasionally regardless.
What? Do something that’s not required by law? What for?
An emissions test tells you a lot about your vehicle and for the relatively small fee, it can save you a lot of diagnostic time down the line.
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